I'm constantly amazed at the amazing diversity of things there are to shoot around SF, and I go there a lot. A small angle change, a slight tilt in perspective, a slightly different piece of land you've never explored, it all makes a difference. Take this naked chick, for instance. I've never seen her but apparently she hangs out daily on Treasure Island, an old Naval base on a small piece of land about halfway across the bay bridge. I've never asked a naked woman to pose, but she stopped and did a pirhouette for me, she's not shy.
It was overcast around SF so there wasn't much color happening in any of the scenes so I thought I'd stylize just a bit. I'm diggin' it.
Robert and I decided we're going to do a new creative project each quarter and this first quarter is going to be a composite shot. More to come on that, but I need to practice. Here's Robert as the new Sheriff of San Francisco using some shots from today.
Happy New Year.